A General Analysis of the Impact of Digitization in Microwave Correlation Radiometers
AbstractThis study provides a general framework to analyze the effects on correlation radiometers of a generic quantization scheme and sampling process. It reviews, unifies and expands several previous works that focused on these effects separately. In addition, it provides a general theoretical background that allows analyzing any digitization scheme including any number of quantization levels, irregular quantization steps, gain compression, clipping, jitter and skew effects of the sampling period. View Full-Text
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Bosch-Lluis, X.; Ramos-Perez, I.; Camps, A.; Rodriguez-Alvarez, N.; Valencia, E.; Park, H. A General Analysis of the Impact of Digitization in Microwave Correlation Radiometers. Sensors 2011, 11, 6066-6087.
Bosch-Lluis X, Ramos-Perez I, Camps A, Rodriguez-Alvarez N, Valencia E, Park H. A General Analysis of the Impact of Digitization in Microwave Correlation Radiometers. Sensors. 2011; 11(6):6066-6087.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bosch-Lluis, Xavier; Ramos-Perez, Isaac; Camps, Adriano; Rodriguez-Alvarez, Nereida; Valencia, Enric; Park, Hyuk. 2011. "A General Analysis of the Impact of Digitization in Microwave Correlation Radiometers." Sensors 11, no. 6: 6066-6087.